Doctor Who: 50 years and running

22.7.2014 | 09:50

Take a look at all the Doctors over the last 50 years, his spacecraft TARDIS, gadgets and some trivia about the doctors. Check out the complete timeline from 1963 onwards. This graphic include all these information:

  • the  season, when it aired, and the number of episodes
  • each Doctor, and who portrayed the character
  • the companion, and in which episodes they appeared
  • the enemy of the doctor
  • all presented by year

 

Doctor Who Timeline Infographic
Via: CableTV.com

UKTV and Watching TV

1.8.2014 | 09:24

UKTV is a multi-channel broadcaster, jointly owned by BBC Worldwide and Scripps Networks Interactive. It was formed in 1997 via a joint venture between BBC Worldwide and Flextech. It is among the United Kingdom’s largest tv business.

UKTV’s stations are available using electronic satellite and cable subscriptions in the UK and Ireland. Dave, Dramatization, Truly and Yesterday networks are also available in the UK on Freeview, the free-to-air electronic terrestrial television (DTT) solution.

The majority of programs on the channels are repeat programs of BBC manufacturings, although the enjoyment stations additionally include some programs created by other firms and UKTV have also recently, commissioned a little minority of their very own unique programs. The stations themselves are played out by Red Bee Media from their program facility in west London.

The UKTV channels have actually broadcast in widescreen since  January 31, 2008, although some programs originally made in 4:3 layout are screened in the compromise 14:9 semi-letterbox style.

To find out the channels and listings in UKTV, click here.

(source: Wikipedia)

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Study: Watching TV  removes stress

A new research shows that viewing television and playing video games after a difficult work day could cause individual feelings of regret and failure.

When many individuals have a difficult day at the office, they wish nothing more than to go home, enjoy and relax television or play a computer game. These tasks are thought of as unwinding, but this new study recommends that making use of media commonly lead to feelings of personal shame and failure where the moment invested with media is taken thrown away.

The researchers questioned the volunteers about their previous day at job or college and if they played a video clip game or viewed television afterwards. Those that felt the most worried out concerning their work or task situations confessed they really felt guilty about squandering time with both types of media, instead compared to attending to other jobs they deemed more important. Remarkably sufficient, previous research has actually revealed that computer games and television typically aid individuals recover after stressful situations, yet this new study disputes that. It shows that there could be a fine line  between using media on a much heavier day of tension compared to on a lighter day of tension. Undoubtedly, additional research studies might be needed to describe the distinctions.

“We are beginning to far better recognize that media usage can have beneficial impacts for individuals’s well-being via media-induced recuperation,” said Dr. Reinecke. “In times of smartphones and mobile Web, the ubiquitous availability of content and communication usually seems to be a burden and a stressor rather than a recuperation resource.”.

A previous study reveals that playing video games on your mobile phone while at job can in fact make you feel much less pressured and result in greater efficiency. Maybe the remedy is consisting of even more time at work to utilize de-stressors, like games and viewing YouTube, resulting in a much less demanding work day.

Do you watch TV after a particularly long day? What are your TV watching habits? Feel free to comment below.